Teenager has ‘allergic reaction’ after using virtual reality glasses

Teenager has 'allergic reaction' after using virtual reality glasses

Teenager Louise Gray, 13, had to be taken to a hospital emergency room in Surrey, England, after having an “allergic reaction” to the Oculus Quest 2 (virtual reality glasses from Facebook Technologies). The boy spent the day playing with the instrument, which was a Christmas present from his grandmother. The information is from the Daily Mail newspaper.

On Sunday (26), Lewis’ mother, 33-year-old Kirsty Reid, noticed her son’s skin was red around his eyes and forehead. “It looked like she was wearing blush,” Kirsty says.

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Early Monday (27), Lewis’ eyes began to close, and his father, 39-year-old Christopher Grey, took him to the emergency treatment center at St. Peter’s Hospital in Lynn. The young man was given medicine and released in the hospital.

Oculus Quest 2, also known as Meta Quest 2, is a virtual reality device that can be used to play video games.

Oculus owner Facebook began receiving reports of skin irritation in December 2020 and launched an investigation.


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